After serveral years of learning piano and composing, the French bass-baritone Jean-Philippe Biojout started singing lessons with Michaëla Etcheverry at the CNR of Poitiers. He completed his vocal training with Robert Dumé. After his admition to the CNSM de Paris, he won a first Price of singing from the Ville de Paris in 1999 and is also graduated from the CNR. He won several singing competitions and spent three years in studying at the Centre de Formation Lyrique de l’Opéra de Paris with prestigious teachers. He frequently works with famous conductors and artists such as  François-René Duchable, Claire Désert, Jeanne Loriot, Thierry Escaich, Coline Serreau, André Engel ...
He recorded many CDs, including the Campra’s
Requiem, Brahms’ ein deutsches Requiem, Franck’s Les 7 Paroles du Christ en Croix, Fauré’s Requiem, Rossini’s Petite Messe Solennelle, Haydn’s Paukenmesse, ... He frequently sings the Requiems by Verdi, Mozart and Fauré, Dvorak’s Stabat Mater and Puccini’s Missa di Gloria.
His favorite répertoire is the opera, and specially the French 19th century, from Berlioz to Massenet, including Gounod and Bizet. Yet he also has a special attraction for Donizetti and Puccini.

He has already performed over 40 carracters on stage : La Forza del Destino, Simon Boccanegra, Traviata, Aïda, Nabucco, Les Quatres Rustres (of Wolf-Ferrari, at the Amphitéâtre de l’Opéra-Bastille), Il barbiere di Seviglia, Don Pasquale (main carracter), L’elisir d’amore, La fille du régiment, Turandot, Madame Butterfly, La Bohème, Carmen, Les Pêcheurs de Perles, Faust, ... He sings for various festivals (including Baalbeck in Lebanon) and in several countries, among them Italy and Japan. He took part on many world premières such as the opera Bonjour Monsieur Gauguin, which was created in Venezia (Italy) in 2006 and recorded in DVD.
Among his recent projects, he developped new recitals on
the Devil at the opera and Don Quichotte’s romances. The first programm will be edited on november 2011 on CD by Saphir Productions from live recordings with the 80 musicians of the Orsay Symphonic Orchestra conducted by Martin Barral.

Jean-Philippe Biojout also won the « Henri Tomasi Opera Price » at the Canari Singing Contest 2011, in Corsica.

As finalist of the Armel Opera Competition in 2013, he played Konrad in Marco Tutino’s Le Braci for the world première at the Liszt Academy of Budapest in october 2014, a performance also broadcast for the european cultural tv-network arte.